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that extended a little bit beyond that since then, so, you know, all of europe, canada, australia, japan, very, very few of these countries have experienced -- a lot of them have seen some increase in inequality, though some of them have seen none at all, probably because government has pushed back against some of the economic trends rather than reinforcing them, which is what happened here. host: how do you compare the united states to a country like germany, where they've looked like they're coming out of this recession ok, but they haven't -- they rely heavily on exports. they're not importing a lot. their consumers are not buying a lot, which many say is not an economic -- you can't keep doing that, and that they also -- they have a steer measures, austerity measures that they've put in place, but you can't compare germany to the united states because germany didn't have a housing bubble. and so perhaps it is our economic times. guest: well, again, i agree with you. every country is different. but it's not just germany. you can run down the list. and there's information about this in our b
'll respectfully say i have no comment. >> i think so. in canada, he was asked a question and given an opportunity to respond. his quote was, the man deserves my silence. it was classy. when you see a poll like that, 62% of people said that, that's what our mom and dads taught us. >> does it show blame bush and blame boehner did not work? and they got to go to a plan c? >> if blame bush and blame boehner worked, their numbers would be much better than they are and they wouldn't be scrambling to start talking now about citizens united and give america this bright, shiny object when everybody just cares about employment. >> they do. jobs, jobs, jobs. you got one, you just did a good job fulfilling. dana perino, always a pleasure. nice to have you here on the couch. >> democrats have long depended on younger voters to put them in office. many can't find jobs. will they switch sides, then? our young political panel with their thoughts next. >> and nearly 10 years later, lawmakers still haven't passed a bill to pay for health care of 9/11 first responders. news today that the battle could soon be over
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